[Automotive] (no subject)

Robert Griebl robert.griebl at pelagicore.com
Thu Feb 16 14:03:01 CET 2017

Hi Jack,

Yes - right now we do not have a qmltypes file for the AM, since the AM 
is not a plugin that can be dumped with the qmlplugindump tool.

We are currently working on an internal AM tool that can be used to 
generate a qmltypes file for QtCreator. It's not quite ready for prime 
time yet, since it also depends on a bit of refactoring that needs some 

TL;DR: soon


On 14.02.2017 01:04, Sanchez, Jack wrote:
> Hi guys,
> Question on building/deploying/working with the QtApplicationManager module.
> Up until this point, it has been OK for us to work without QtCreator
> recognizing the QtApplicationManager QML import.
> i.e. "import QtApplicationManager 1.0"
> Unless I'm missing something -
> It seems that this module does not build and/or deploy the QML module
> definition objects which the Qt system uses to recognize a QML module as
> "installed".
> Basically:
> import QtApplicationManager 1.0
> yields:
> QML module not found.
> Based on my understanding, I would assume there should be something
> roughly equivalent to $$[QT_INSTALL_PREFIX]/qml/QtApplicationManager
> directory housing a qmldir, plugins.qmltypes and a
> libqtapplicationmanagerplugin.so.
> If I understand the QtAppMan module correctly as well, it is building
> with static linking. Is this causing some problems here?
> Also, I understand that I should be able to use the qmlplugindump
> utility to generate the plugins.qmltypes file myself, but for the life
> of me I cannot get more output than "Component not ready".
> Any help or insight with this would be greatly appreciated thanks!!
> --
> *Jack Sanchez*
> Lead Qt Engineer
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Robert Griebl

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